The Coastal Science Educational Virtual Appliance (CSEVA) is a unique tool designed to support interdisciplinary coastal science education and outreach activities, enabling active, hands-on, numerical modeling experiments by researchers, stakeholders, and the general public. The CSEVA is a significant advancement over the prior Grid Appliance (GA)-based coastal science applications, as it integrates formerly independent appliances, the CI-TEAM, SCOOP, and MTEVA, into a single system. These applications span a wide variety of coastal science applications (conservative tracer release, storm surge and inundation, and transportation network assignment, respectively) and their integration greatly enhances the user experience in a variety of ways: less local storage requirements, easier to install, and linked application tools. In addition, the MTEVA application has been enhanced to include a simple idealized transportation network in northeast Florida being impacted by a hypothetical Katrina-like storm under various sea level rise scenarios as well as several new deterministic network assignment models. Finally, to facilitate even wider adoption of the CSEVA, a «Live» DVD/USB version of the GA has been developed. This version is much easier to use, as it does not require any software to be installed locally; the GA is bootable directly off a DVD/USB device. The CSEVA, along with corresponding documentation and tutorials, is publically available on the Internet at http://cseva.coastal.ufl.edu.